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Actually it clears things up

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Dec 7, 2007 at 11:33

Iran and Saudi Arabia have gotten along about as well as two hungry dogs looking at one juicy bone. So, I am not surprised to see Saudi Arabia make this calculated move. After all, Russia has dealings with Iran and the United States, the United States has dealings with Iran, Russia and Saudi Arabia, so Saudi Arabia is playing catch-up in order to have dealings with Russia and the United States.

Plus, we would be able to dispense with the nonsense that Saudi Arabia is a friend of the West.

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